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equate

[ē′kwāt]
(mathematics)
To state algebraically that two expressions are equal to one another.
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To begin with, then, late must be defined; it is identified as "old" or "advanced," but not "moribund," and certainly not equatable with that highly charged prefix post, which, in the context of -coloniality has taken on a bewildering array of significances in present critical parlance and has succeeded in effecting much of the confusion to which the title of this collection obliquely alludes.
While business people are by no means equatable with felons, Milken is emblematic of what we saw in the 1980s: a financial dexterity in which a significant group of wealthy Americans know how to skim the cream off the top of any pie they stick their fingers into.
In this critical rethinking of the contemporary theological task Bonhoeffer's proposal for dialogue may still be expected, in not always popular ways, to provoke US Christians with its witness to the Jesus Christ not equatable with Christianity, and to the word of God mistaken for religion.
I agree with Dr Hemmer that rapid population growth has not only negative consequences for the developing countries, but also because it triggers migratory movements to the industrialised countries, and that there are increasing pressures on industrial countries to ensure equatable distribution of goods and food implying global consumption of resources and energy, which is predominantly consumed by the North and not the South.
But, as often happens, the results were not equatable with the profundity of the issues set out or implied.